Canada launched of Express Entry in January 2015, since then welcome over 43,000 economic immigrants through the Express Entry system with skills needed for Canada.
Canada’s Express Entry system attract high-skilled foreign workers and former international students who want to live in Canada permanently and whose in-demand skills are needed by employers across the country to help build businesses and grow the economy.
The Canadian government has announced few changes to the express entry system.
- Starting on June 6, 2017, additional points will be awarded to candidates who have strong French language skills. These additional points represent an important change that will contribute to the growth, vitality and prosperity of Francophone minority communities across Canada.
- Points for candidates with siblings in Canada and voluntary registration with Job Bank.
The new changes will help to grow more francophone minority communities across Canada and strengthen the economy.
Express Entry attracts highly skilled immigrants, with many having studied in fields related to science, technology, engineering and mathematics—skills that are linked to innovation, prosperity and growth.